By Frank S. Barnes, Ben Greenebaum
Organic and clinical elements of Electromagnetic Fields examines power healthiness risks, publicity criteria, and clinical functions of electromagnetic (EM) fields.
The moment quantity within the bestselling and newly revisedHandbook of organic results of Electromagnetic Fields, 3rd variation, this ebook attracts from the newest experiences at the results of publicity to electrical and magnetic fields. as well as huge studies of physiological results, the ebook comprises now separate reports of behavioral and cognitive responses to varied exposures. The publication additionally describes an method of environment criteria for publicity limits and explores some of the invaluable makes use of of EM fields in clinical purposes, either diagnostics and in treatment.
Biological and scientific elements of Electromagnetic Fields offers a pragmatic review of the experiments and techniques used to monitor ELF and RF fields and the prospective important and unsafe implications of those observations.
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005 (SE) W/kg. To estimate primary DNA damage (SSB and alkali-labile lesions), the authors used the alkaline comet assay performed immediately after the exposures or 4 h post exposure—a sensitive method for monitoring DNA strand breaks. No RF exposurerelated increase in DNA damage was observed. 9 GHz RF on PBC using a series of six circularly polarized, cylindrical waveguides . 08C. Exposures lasted 2 h, and no increase of primary DNA damage or micronuclei was found under any of the experimental conditions.
Several studies have examined the role of EMF exposure on the development of chromosomal abnormalities in lymphoid cells. 1 Studies on Human Subjects Skyberg and others performed a study on 24 employees engaged in high-voltage testing and generator soldering and 24 controls from a Norwegian transformer factory . Blood samples taken from the subjects were either analyzed immediately or the lymphocytes were briefly cultured and treated with hydroxyurea and caffeine to inhibit DNA synthesis and repair.
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